HTML scrolling presentation for math classes with LaTeX syntax for math (using MathJax). The advantage of a scrolling presentation over slides is that you unhide stuff slowly and it more mimics a board. You can "zoom out" to see more of the "board" so that past things don't just disappear into oblivioun.
Simple syntax converted into HTML that is displayed with a web browser. The
syntax is explained in the sample presentation pres.prs. You should run
./quickpres.pl in this directory to generate pres.html, which you then view
in a browser. To see the syntax, just view the
file in a text editor.
Internet access is required to run the presentation however if MathJax is used,
you'd have to edit the file to use a local installation.
For a demo output see the pres.html file.
Some more hacky scripts
runinfirefox.sh is a very simple script that when passed the name without
./runinfirefox.sh pres will start a python http server and runs
firefox on pres.html. This will work only if you have Linux.
buildprswatch.sh is an even more Linux/GNOME specific script for writing
presentations. You need zsh, epiphany (gnome web), and gvim. You start it as
./buildprswatch.sh pres and it starts an editor on pres.prs, starts epiphany
on pres.html. Whenever you save, the script will rerun quick press (with -A),
and epihpany automatically reloads. You might need to edit this script to suit.